With the increase of people's love for motorcycles, various motorcycle competitions have appeared. They often stage speed and passion, but few people may pay attention to the famous events of motorcycles. Let's go to take a look at some of the world's most famous motorcycle races.
1. Suzuka Eight Hours Endurance Race
The Suzuka 8 Hours Endurance Race was once the most important motorcycle race in Japan every year, attracting quite a lot of spectators to watch. Motorcyclists from all over the world fought on the track for 8 hours.
With the event's reputation at its peak, Suzuka 8 Nai is not simply a major event in Japan, its event pomp has turned into world-class status.
2. Dakar Rally
The Dakar Rally, known as the game of the brave, is the toughest rally in the world. It is known all over the world as the toughest and most adventurous motor sport and is eagerly followed by more than 500 million people around the world. Every year the Dakar Rally is named after a sponsor or region, which speaks volumes about its popularity.
3. Isle of Man TT Motorcycle Competition
The race is the most life-threatening, spectacular and dangerous motorcycle race in the world, with an average speed of over 20Okm/h and a maximum speed of over 330km/h. The track is the longest in the world, with a total of about 60 kilometers. Although more than 250 people have died in the race so far, it still attracts the world's best motorcycle warriors to challenge.
At the same time, the Isle of Man TT has witnessed the history of motorcycling. In the early days of motorcycles, it officially held the annual motorcycle TT event in 1907, which is one of the oldest motorcycle events. This competition has always been a paradise for all motorcycle enthusiasts and enjoys a high reputation in the motorcycle industry.
4. Macau Grand Prix
The oldest street car race in the world, it is also a street race that holds both car races and motorcycle races in the world. As a world-renowned motorcycle race, the Grand Prix is now an annual event in Macau's sports and racing circles. The race is held on the Guia track, with a total length of 6.2 kilometers, mainly using the existing downtown streets as the track. It is famous for its many bends, narrowness and other factors.
The World Motorcycle Championship, or MotoGP for short, is one of the most representative motorcycle racing events in the history of modern sports. MotoGP was founded in 1949, initially with only six races, until 2004, maintaining 16 races every year. Its event frequency is constantly expanding, and its territory is constantly expanding. MotoGP's status in motorcycle racing is equivalent to F1's current status in formula racing.
6. FFM Fancy Extreme Moto World Championship
It is the largest and oldest top-level extreme motorcycle championship in the world. Since its establishment in 2001, it has held more than 120 international competitions, igniting the enthusiasm of motorcycle fans around the world. This event attracts drivers with the world's top competitive level, and is famous for the extremely difficult and highly entertaining aerial movements of the top drivers.